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Roman Literature and its Contexts

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Editors: Denis Feeney, Stephen Hinds

This series is designed to encourage readers of Latin texts to sharpen their readings by placing them in broader and better defined contexts, and to encourage other classicists to explore the general or particular implications of their work for readers of Latin texts. The books all constitute original and innovative research and are envisaged as suggestive essays whose aim is to stimulate debate.

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There are 32 books in this series...

Allusion and Intertext

Dynamics of Appropriation in Roman Poetry

Allusion and Intertext

Dynamics of Appropriation in Roman Poetry

Empire and Memory

The Representation of the Roman Republic in Imperial Culture

Empire and Memory

The Representation of the Roman Republic in Imperial Culture

Engendering Rome

Women in Latin Epic

Freud's Rome

Psychoanalysis and Latin Poetry
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Freud's Rome

Psychoanalysis and Latin Poetry
Volume 0, Part 0,

Inconsistency in Roman Epic

Studies in Catullus, Lucretius, Vergil, Ovid and Lucan

Inconsistency in Roman Epic

Studies in Catullus, Lucretius, Vergil, Ovid and Lucan

Latin Language and Latin Culture

From Ancient to Modern Times

Literature and Religion at Rome

Cultures, Contexts, and Beliefs

Redeeming the Text

Latin Poetry and the Hermeneutics of Reception

Slavery and the Roman Literary Imagination

Texts, Editors, and Readers

Methods and Problems in Latin Textual Criticism
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Texts, Editors, and Readers

Methods and Problems in Latin Textual Criticism
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The Arts of Love

Five Studies in the Discourse of Roman Love Elegy

The Epic Successors of Virgil

A Study in the Dynamics of a Tradition

The Shadow of Callimachus

Studies in the Reception of Hellenistic Poetry at Rome
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The Shadow of Callimachus

Studies in the Reception of Hellenistic Poetry at Rome
Volume 0, Part 0,

Writing Rome

Textual Approaches to the City